Orthopaedic Surgery: Specialist Bone and Orthopaedic Issues

$770.00

RACGP ID: 119112
CPD Points: 22

This course is a comprehensive study of essential topics in orthopaedic surgery. The course includes case-based lectures on topics like acute and chronic diseases of the musculoskeletal system in all age groups, diagnosis and management of congenital, developmental, inflammatory and other conditions affecting the limbs and the spine.

Describe current updates in the management and treatment of patients in specialist practice
Apply knowledge of the most recent and pertinent developments in specialist practice to daily practice
Incorporate evidence-based guidelines for preventive medicine and standard of care to improve patient outcomes

Course Description

There are 14 lectures contained in this course:

  • Basic Science Related to Cartilage & Bone – Matthew Dobbs, MD (50 min)
  • Biomechanics & Biomaterials (23 min)
  • Biostatistics & Evidence-Based Orthopaedic Surgery (47 min)
  • Gait, Prosthetics and Orthotics (65 min)
  • Principles of Normal & Abnormal Muscle, Tendon & Ligaments
  • Principles of Non-Operative Fracture Care Including Fracture Healing (45 min)
  • Reconstructive Issues Regarding the Adult Hip – Todd Kelley, MD (28 min)
  • Reconstructive Issues Regarding the Adult Shoulder – Michael Greiwe, MD (64 min)
  • Reconstructive Issues About the Adult Elbow, Wrist and Hand (56 min)
  • Medicolegal and Ethical Issues in Orthopaedics – Nader Paksima, DO, MPH (32 min)
  • Reconstructive Issues Regarding the Adult Knee – Toan Le, MD (61 min)
  • Reconstructive Issues About the Adult Foot & Ankle – Robert Raines, MD 64 min)
  • Important Adult Orthopaedic Infections (69 min)
  • Principles of Soft Tissue Coverage including FLAPS (35 min)

What you will learn

Those who complete the entire program should be able to:

  • Explain the science behind bone and cartilage issues including composition, injury and repair
  • Describe bio mechanics and the effects on biological systems (joint mechanics and stability)
  • Provide an advanced understanding for experienced clinicians of Joint Arthroplasty, Chondral Procedures, Arthroscopy and Reconstruction
  • Emphasise the healing / stress tolerances post-operatively that underpins rehabilitation time frames
  • Elaborate on the ability to make a more informed decision on relevant investigations that will contribute value to management of bone and orthopaedic conditions